Online tutoring during Covid-19 and conferences when we’re back to normal!


During the Covid-19 crisis Nicky Hansell has a small number of spaces available for online tutoring via Zoom for individual students or small groups.
My personal email is the best way to reach me or alternatively or you can call direct on: 078421 40378

Joe and Nicky managed not only to cover a lot of ground, but also to stimulate much discussion among our GCSE pupils. Our pupils were engaged through a variety of activities and stimuli, getting everyone involved. The session served to consolidate a new topic for our Y10s, while helping our Y11s revise’

Matthew Harris, Head of RS, Warminster School.

The ethics conference on war and peace was a real highlight for our pupils. Through excellent film clips, thought provoking discussion and active learning the pupils were able to engage with the issues at a deeper level than they do in the classroom. We have had this event for the past 3 years and will certainly book it again.”

Rachel Steven, Head of Religion and Philosophy, QEH School, Bristol

One or Half Day Conferences 

Flexible: Book the time of the year that suits you; as you cover a topic, or as Revision in the run-up to AS or A2 Exams.

Personalised: Tailor what we offer to fit in with your needs and your Schemes of Work.

Resourced: Free Pupil and Teacher Resources, plus TWO FREE Ethics Online Series {saving up to £170}. 

In House: By pass the red-tape and risk-assessments involved with outside visits. 

Host schools: Are welcome to invite {and charge} other schools to attend, providing the number of total delegates doesn’t exceed 60 and subject to spacing restrictions, as we prefer students to sit in groups.

GCSE and A Level topics can be explored on the day through our film resources: War & Peace, Abortion, Sexual Ethics, The Environment & Christianity Life after Death, The Problem of Evil, Meta-ethics, Utilitarianism, Natural Law, Kant, Virtue Ethics, Situation Ethics, Christianity – Atonement, Trinity and Jesus as moral exemplar.